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  • Well, reports like this have been around for ages, as have reports coming to the opposite conclusions, just like with helmets. I wouldn't trust them.

    The desire to impose a requirement for hi-viz on cyclists is, as ever, part of the desire to transfer responsibility from the driver of a motor vehicle (equipped with very bright headlights whose main relevant effect is to increase driving speed at night) to a cyclist, who would most likely be the victim in the event of a collision.

    It's intensely boring how it keeps happening over and over again.

  • It's intensely boring how it keeps happening over and over again.

    Indeed and demonstrates depressingly little shift in moving away from the motor centric society we live in despite compelling reasons to do so.

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